Letter written by Robert Frost to Marguerite Wilkinson, dated June 18, 1927. This is a scanned version of the original image in Special Collections and Archives at Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt. Help us improve our transcriptions! If you see an error, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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Your Frost and Snow paper was kindly received. Be good to us and you will be happy.
South Shaftsbury VT June 18 1927
Dear Mrs Wilkison: Glad to have you use either or both; and that constitutes permission so far as I am concerned. We hope you and the Ether-wave [sic] master will come by pretty soon. We have more room than last year, and would like to put you up for the night. I havent [sic] noticed who is on the Bread Loaf program this year. I doubt if I am. Our best to you Sincerely yours Robert frost.
[written vertically on the left side of the letter]
Two Look at Two is a better Poem than Good-bye and Keep Gold - I suspect.